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How to display the port-configuration dialog box for a port on the specified server

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Another example shows how to enumerate ports available for printing. Run it to determine valid port names.
DO decl

* Null means local computer
*= ConfigurePort(Null, GetActiveWindow(), "LPT1:")
*= ConfigurePort(Null, GetActiveWindow(), "FILE:")

* as well you can use an existing server name
*= ConfigurePort("\\MYSERV", GetActiveWindow(), "USB001:")

IF ConfigurePort(Null, GetActiveWindow(), "COM1:") = 0
    ? "Error:", GetLastError()
* here you have the dialog box displayed (modal)
* end of main

    DECLARE INTEGER GetLastError IN kernel32
    DECLARE INTEGER GetActiveWindow IN user32

    DECLARE INTEGER ConfigurePort IN winspool.drv;
        STRING pName, INTEGER hWnd, STRING pPortName

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Created: 2002-12-31 18:40:03  
Modified: 2009-01-03 15:26:33  
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